Lotto Winners Come Forward To Claim £6.2 Million Jackpot
Updated: Wednesday 16th October 2013
Excitement has been in the air this morning as the winners of the £6.2 million Lotto jackpot that was won on Saturday (23rd February 2013) have been revealed. These Lotto winners have come forward to claim the £6.2 million jackpot and have been named as Robin and Christine Kiddie, both 60 from Ludlow. The identities of this lucky couple were publicised at a press conference today in which these Lotto jackpot winners discussed what their plans are as they are now millionaires thanks to the Lotto.
This couple matched the Lotto numbers drawn on Saturday which were 2, 16, 25, 30, 31 and 32 (Lotto draw no.1792) and won this life-changing amount of money after Robin purchased this winning ticket at Tesco in Kidderminster on his payday. These numbers weren’t from a Lucky Dip but instead are made up of a combination of birthdays and old pools numbers.
Robin and Christine didn’t check their Lotto ticket on Saturday night so didn’t realise they had become jackpot winners until Monday morning. They have four children as well as grandchildren and sent a text to his children detailing his lottery win. This lucky couple plan to retire on their Lotto winnings however they want to share the money with their family, which involves it being split six ways. Some of their many plans include going back to Rome and purchasing a new Mercedes.
This has been the first big Lotto win in this town for over seven years as previous to this Adam Griffiths won £250,000 on the Thunderball in 2006 – well done to this couple, it seems luck was on their side on Saturday night!
Written by Tony Sharpe
Published: Thursday 28th February 2013
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